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with a tube in her throat to help her breathe. >>> also in indiana, a rescue of the four-legged variety. >> this is trigger. >> trigger and tyson were found hiding in the rubble of their owner's home in henryville. and one official says there is, quote, total devastation in parts of the surrounding county. 15 deaths have been reported so far across the state. . -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> this is "cnn saturday morning." it's march 3rd, and i'm david mattingly. tornadoes shred through the midwest and south killing more than 30 people, and there is a new threat of storms today. >>> then in two hours washington state republicans will officially select who they think should go up against barack obama. could ron paul finally win one? >>> bus t we begin with the ferocious killer storms that went through the midwest and southern u.s. at least 32 people are dead. now the frantic search is on for survivors, and there are new threat this morning of more severe weather. the monster storm stretched from the deep south, alabama, across the border into tennessee and all t
in place in indiana and kentucky. national guard troops have also been deployed there. before we take you live to indiana for the latest there, i want to show you now an amazing piece of video. it comes from west liberty, kentucky, shot just as the tornado was forming over the town. now, listen very closely to the desperate prayers from one woman as she pleased for her safety. >> take yourself away from our home. >> the prayers were answered. she did come through that storm safety. west liberty, however, was hit hard by the storm. at least three people died there. some of the worst damage we've seen is in indiana. cnn national correspondent susan candiotti is in henryville, indiana this morning. susan, what does it look like there? >> now that the sun is coming up, you can see even more of the crushing damage that has been suffered in this area. and as we speak, the governor of the state is being accompanied to this area coining some flyovers and is expected to be taking an on the ground tour of some of the heaviest damage where we are standing now. over my shoulder, that's the high schoo
up to kentucky and indiana to the hardest hit communities. you can see tornado in tennessee. dozens of people were injured in the storms. we are watching all angles of the story this morning. susan c susan is in ohio. rob is in tennessee where we have seen significant damage. bonnie schneider is standing by in the severe weather center. the damage we have seen have been small towns like henriville. how bad is it? >> reporter: it is very bad. crushing damage. people here are reeling from what happened to the area. 15 deaths confirmed so far in the entire state of kentucky. a couple of them here in clark county. just to give you an idea, look at this school bus, it was flown here from across the street where the high school is located in henriville. here is the front of the bus you are seeing and the back behind it. the chassis of the bus is resting this way. bus this way, chassis off to the side. it's an indication of how powerful the storms are. a number of us are lined up here, so i can't walk too, too much. as you look up in this direction, giving you a look at some of the power l
-hit state of indiana, where the governor has just finished a tour of the devastation. at least 14 people there died. joining me right now live by phone from the town of marysville, jeff petrowski. a storm chaser who helped children get out of a school that was severely damaged by the tornado. jeff, describe the scene for me as that storm was approaching. >> reporter: that's right. we're in marysville now. we've arrived here about an hour ago and did a survey. the south end of town sustained the most heavy damage. the governor just left here moments ago heading across indiana doing additional damage surveys with a team of people. the military has also moved in with search and rescue vehicles. in the south side of town in my live stream you can see there's four to five homes -- farms that had heavy damage and are gone. the tornado here was about 200 yards wide and it tracked through the city on the southeast side. everybody has been accounted for. most people are -- we do not have any injuries, just a couple injuries, no fatalities but marked damage on the south side of town. >> you're tal
the most heavy damage. the governor just left here moments ago heading across indiana doing additional damage surveys with a team of people. the military has also moved in with search and rescue vehicles. in the south side of town in my live stream you can see there's four to five homes -- farms that had heavy damage and are gone. the tornado here was about 200 yards wide and it tracked through the city on the southeast side. everybody has been accounted for. most people are -- we do not have any injuries, just a couple injuries, no fatalities but marked damage on the south side of town. >> you're talking to us at the same time you're live streaming these images for us and in these images we are seeing people walking around. are these residents that are surveying the damage or are these first responders who are there to help, volunteers? >> reporter: both. we have a lot of local people here that are people walking down the streets that are local residents and family members. a lot of these people's farms have been here for a while, many generations. one family here on the south side of
. at least three people died there. now, let's get you to indiana where we've seen some of the worst damage in all these storms. people are counting their blessings as strange as that may sound because by the looks of the town, things could have been so much worse as far as the loss of life goes. susan candiotti is live in henryville. susan, the bad news keeps on coming as we see these pictures. is this town getting back on its feet today? >> reporter: oh, i think it's far too soon to say that, but they certainly are trying their best. joining us now is the governor of indiana, mitch daniels. thank you for joining us live on cn. you just guangdong with a tour. tell us some of the things you saw and your assessment. >> we're not unfamiliar with the wrath of mother nature in indiana but this is about as worse as we've seen in the years since i've been in this job. i will say that it proves that preparation and better warning systems do matter and undoubtedly saved a lot of lives. and i'm very impressed with the work of our people who responded. we're getting better at that every time it happe
of widespread damage. and seconds ago, three deaths are reported in indiana. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. terrell brown is in new market, alabama for the very latest. >> reporter: meteorologists believe it was a tornado that shredded these homes outside huntsville, alabama. >> devastating. it's heartbreaking. don't really know what to think, to tell you the truth about it. >> reporter: the first round of friday's wicked weather tore off roofs. meteorologists believe it was the work of at least two tornadoes. each with winds of around 130 miles per hour. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: from louisiana to ohio, from missouri to south carolina, golf ball-sized hail fell. and damaging winds pulled down trees and power lines. tens of thousands of people are without electricity. >> forecasters warn conditions are likely to get worse, especially after sunset. >> this is just going to be an unfolding event for the rest of the day. i would say if you have to run an errand, go ahead and do it now. and make sure you're back within the next couple of hours. >> reporter: warm air from th
.d. necessarily, but you need a utility bill with your name on it or something like that. out of indiana came the supreme court case where that noted right winger, justice john paul stevens, in a 6-3 majority, said that voter i.d. laws are perfectly constitutional. the point of the voting rights act is to keep states operating constitutionally. clearly, in my view, doj has overreached its voting rights act authority in rejecting south carolina, texas. i do not know of george it is in on that as well -- if georgia is in that as well. their voter i.d. laws. that will get litigated, and d.o.j. i expect to lose. >> have you looked into how different or similar it is? >> it is different. for example, while south carolina requires a set of i.d.'s with a photo, and they will bring a bus to your house if you can't travel. they have free ones and all those things. they have brought down the barriers extraordinarily. virginia is a little bit different. we will let you use a utility bill with your address, it is the same as your address on the voter rolls. if someone is going to cheat and fraudulently v
. in henryville, indiana, jay gray, news 4. >> the snow is also having an impact in our area. up to 10 inches fell across central virginia. darcy spencer is in thornberg, virginia in spotsylvania county with more. >> reporter: it's looking really on the slushy side. earlier today it was like a winter wonderland and a half hour ago we had a little snow shower that came through. now a lot of people thought their snowball making days were over for the season so today they were caught off guard. on the prince william parkway, no snow. a little further south in fredericksburg there was snow but not enough to delay. further south some residents say they got half a foot. were you expecting to hit this kind of snow? >> no. actually i was in south carolina where it was like 70 so we hit this and it was like oh, okay. >> reporter: this guy was walking his dog gemini in a pair of shorts in the middle of a snowstorm, traveling from north carolina, accumulating snow was the last thing he expected. how is gemini taking this? >> he's confused. he's from florida, so he's not used to the snow. >> reporter: jackson
's just wrong about the data. in fact, the data from states like georgia, like indiana which have had photo id laws in place now for more than six years shows that it does not suppress the vote. in fact, the turn out of african americans and hispanics for example in georgia went up significantly in the state and the two federal elections held since then. in the lawsuits filed by organizations like the naacp and others against the georgia and indiana laws. those lawsuits were thrown out because the courts found they were run not discriminatory, and two because the plaintiffs couldn't produce anyone who would be unable to vote because of these voter id laws. >> ifill: pardon me. let me ask about this. what is the problem that these new laws are attempting to fix. >> they prevent a series of things. for example, impersonation fraud at the polls. voting under fictitious voter registration names or people who already died. voting by illegal aliens, and there's been plenty of cases of people registering and voting. also, they can deter individuals from voting who are registered in more tha
the news. a harrowing story of survival. an indiana woman who used her body to shield her children from a twister and lost part of both of her legs. she described her ordeal earlier on the "today" show. >> everything started hitting my back, beams, pillars, furniture, everything was just slamming into my back. but i had my children in the blanket and i was on top of them. and i was reaching around holding them. and they are screaming, mommy, i can't live without you, i don't want to die, please don't let me die. and i said, you're not going to die, we're going to make it. i took my phone and i made a video to my husband telling him i love him. >> amazingly, stephanie survived. others, not so lucky. the storms killed 40 across five states. 22 victims in kentucky, 13 in indiana, three in ohio, one person in alabama and one in georgia. >>> on a completely different note this morning, there is a whole lot of money for 81-year-old louise white from rhode island. she came forward to claim the $336 million prize in the powerball jackpot. >> i'm very happy. and i'm very proud. and this will mak
. the republican governor of indiana mitch daniel declared 11 counties to be disaster area. the governor of kentucky well copped federal workers in the state. kasich said no thanks. as one ohio resident put it, a normal governor with a minimal sl shred of competence or compassion would coordinate with fema and other agencies on the recovery. but here in ohio, kasich responded to the disaster with the type of leadership we've come to expect from him. joining me now is ohio congressman "time" rtim ryan. what is going on here and you're somewhat and other federal representatives are somewhat at the mercy of kasich's decision, are you not? >> the governor needs to ask for help it's not just me it's conservative republicans like jean schmitt in southwest ohio one of the most conservative people in the house of representatives saying government get on the stick we have people that are hurting. so yeah, we need to be asked by the sitting governor. >> well, this just in, we just received word late today that governor kasich reconsidered his decision and has asked fema to respond, what do you mak
are showing." she's referred to as the indiana jones of genealogy, so it's no wonder that c-span chose o select this -- chose to select this session for broadcast today. and, please, let's welcome megan smol enyak. [applause] >> thank you. >> how did this journey begin for you? >> i got into genealogy way back into the sixth grade. it was a homework assignment for meshe cede us go home -- made us go home and find where our surnames were from. and i remember actually feeling sorry or for my class mates because most of them were crowded around the british aisles, and i had -- isles, and i had the whole of the then-soviet union to myself. [laughter] that's when i realized, hey, there's something a little bit different about my heritage, and that's all it took to spark my curiosity. and i happened to live in the d.c. area, so i was the twisted 16-year-old. i wanted to turn 16 not to get a driver's license, but to be able to go to the national archives without an adult. i saved up my allowance to buy death certificates. [laughter] >> did this trouble your parents? >> yeah. but i was already t
than three days and will end in california with a rally in sacramento on monday. >>> in indiana a man is now recovering after a 3,000-pound concrete vault fell on a graveyard worker. that man survived. the vault pinned him. all of this is wednesday morning. he and a coworker were lowering that vault into the ground when the accident happened. doctors say the man lost some circulation to his legs, but otherwise, get this, he's expected to be just fine. >>> we learned overnight that a skier swept away in an avalanche near lake tahoe has died. one of them was able to get out and call for help. rescue teams reached the man a couple of hours and they got him to an ambulance. he later died at a hospital. rescuers say the group was skiing in the back country area of those mountains. >>> near sacramento, california, a car crashed into not one, not two, but three northern california homes. police say a jeep cherokee was driving so fast that the driver lost control on a curb, smashed through a fence, hit a few tree stumps and then hit all three homes. that jeep finally careened into house num
coates is senator from indiana, "i'm hopeful the supreme court will agree with the majority of americans that the individual mandate is unconstitutional, and this law needs to be overturned." next up is north carolina. this is michael who is an independent. >> caller: let me say, thank you so much for allowing your callers to complete what they want to say. that is so refreshing. it seems the hosts allow the guests to ramble on and on, and callers are lucky they get 15 to 20 seconds. i wish they did more than this with "washington journal." here is what i've got. cheney just had a heart transplant. who paid for that? we the taxpayers paid for that. if he's not a billionaire, he's close to it. that's a problem in this country. congress give themselves the very best health care this country has to offer regardless of what it costs. they force we the taxpayers to pay 72% of their health care monthly per year per congress person. and what we need the do as a country, we need to demand that presidents, vice presidents and congress put on social security and medicare. if they aren't they would
of some of the laws so much more restrictive than indiana, which was a law considered in crawford. that there are some possibilities where there's i.d.s required for absentee balloting as well as no manageable affidavit systems we see in texas, wisconsin, a few other places, those laws maybe constitutionally infirmed based on the constitutionality in crawford. there are a whole set of legal ideas and one that has been thrown around lately is a first amendment right of association case, and that's actually going to people with i.d.s. the idea that a person with id d their rights are challenges because they conditional organize in communities where massive numbers of people are without i dis. so that's very, very mushy. so don't -- no more questions on that one. we acknowledge that is very new and may not work. we continue to come up with new theories other than simply straight up this is a poll tax, but certainly where it's been made so restrictive that the burden test, the anderson verdict, we're really trying to find that balance, and it's been a real challenge. >> you're going t
was in the united states of america, they pay taxes to the federal government, in times like thes indiana, kentucky will get help, ohio teachers, police, fire getting laid off and yet an opportunity to get some federal help and he doesn't take it. but this is consistent with his behavior. >> it's very strange behavior, one of two things here, number one he didn't know how bad it was, or number two he's putting his political ideology ahead of people who pay taxes. >> i have never heard of a governor where there is death and destruction in the millions say we're not going to take the help. it's out rain us. >> mind-boggling as one constituent said mind boggling. you think of anybody whether in a leadership position or not your first instinct how do we help to the people and come out and with the level of bravado, we're looking in 2012, ed, for mature leadership, not seeing it in the republican primaries, not seeing it with the governor in ohio. you're in an emergency situation, take an assessment of the landscape, look around, see what is going on and then make a decision but to go down after this ha
the things you talked about doing. basic way of society. the supreme court upheld the indiana voter i.d. law 6-3. from what i understand it's not materially different from the one in texas. >> they didn't lose in court. they had a choice, tamara, to go to court or to the department of justice. >> tamara: they went to the d.o.j. has i said yesterday, whether or not you agree with the law on its face, they are required to prove that it does not have discriminatory impact. with the statistics they provide, department of justice does not feel like it occurred. i agree with dana with regard to getting people registered but the people who live in the states live around the state in something where there aren't driver's license locations available to them. they have no problem d. if they can vote, they can get an i.d. >> tamara: this is not about fraud. >> dana: it is a check against the possibility of fraud. voter fraud is a real problem across the country. >> tamara, no, not to this extent. >> eric: the department of justice said that the law didn't apply to things like buying pack of six-pack. y
won't have to give depositions in the indiana fair roof collapse. seven people died just before sugarland was to perform wroorb. >>> and finally, an update on march madness and your brackets. how are you doing? >> not saying. >> i'm out. kentucky, baylor, and kansas, are all one win away from the final four after wins last night. florida tips off against louisville in just a few moments. >>> and bonnie schneider, are you into the bracket thing? >> i have to admit, not really. >> neither are we sdm. >> well, we know you are into the weather right now. what's going on? >> for sure. that's a given. we'll start off, unfortunately, fred, we have weather we're watching, thunderstorms working their way across virginia. we were talking about the storms in south carolina earlier this afternoon. now, virginia impacted. two tornado warnings in effect. this is in southwest section of the state. into areas here, storms getting close to producing a tornado. we haven't seen that indicated there. they're capable of that. that's true for areas near ferrum in virginia. these warnings will expire,
and vaginal probes. indiana governor mitch daniels used to be on everybody's short list, then his secretary of state the top election official in the state was convicted of six felonies including voter fraud and mitch daniels said he hoped to still be able to have that guy run the state's elections. what? so the veep stakes have been weird. the republican running mate pool is not empty yet. for starters, there is rick perry, fox news reporting on preliminary negotiations for potential gingrich-perry ticket. both the perry and gingrich camps denied official talks but you never know. vp potential in the current field of candidates. you might remember when newt gingrich won in south carolina, all of his very excited south carolina supporters said they wanted rick santorum to be mr. gingrich's running mate. they chanted that at least. >> rick santorum showed enormous courage in iowa when had no money, nobody covered him and he kept campaigning. >> vp, vp. vp,vp. >> vp, vp newt gingrich basking this that idea. while newt gingrich used to enjoy sharing the ticket with rick santorum, mitt romney w
votes. obama won by 95 electoral. he can lose new hampshire, virginia, indiana, pennsylvania, ohio and florida, and he comes out with 250 -- >> you counsel in your column, it draeted a controversy. bit kristol wrote in the weekly standard -- rarely has an intelligent man been so wrong. >> well, maybe. there's only so much time, so much enthusiasm and so much energy, i think there may come a point where people look at the math and the defects of the republican nominee whoever it is, and say we have a better chance of maximizing the real objective to stop obama by getting all of the committee chairmanships. >> peggy, how did he keep the race from getting that point? >> i don't know. i think republicans really do have to focus. on the senate and the house. but not at the exclusion of the presidency. i think you can argue if you look at the past 15 years or so that a lot of legislationing -- a lot of big things are coming out of the hill. mr. obama's great domestic achievements, if you will, obama care, the stimulus, et cetera, they were created by congress, i think if the republicans
and southern indiana in the last few hours. that is all marching off to the northeast. we're looking at a moderate risk of severe weather across parts of the ohio and tennessee valley with the slight risk getting in toward western maryland and parts of western virginia and west virginia. this could be more for the storms late tonight. the storms later today, this afternoon, could have some large hail and even tornadoes across cincinnati, columbus, down through lexington, louisville. so you know people in that part of world, just make sure they're up on the weather today. for us a quick look as the clouds are rolling in this afternoon and those showers will be here for the afternoon rush. most of the rain will be gone by mid-morning tomorrow. 58 degrees today. late showers, some showers and storms tonight into tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon partial clearing, breezy, 62. but by sunday a colder day. upper 40s. a couple of flurries moving in then. as we head toward monday, even colder but mild again by wednesday. let's go to monika santami, 6:17. not too much going on yet. >>> it's
department is doing this systematically, the supreme court has already upheld voter i.d. laws in indiana, yet the doj has already gone after south carolina, and now texas, saying you can't have them, it may be nine indiana, you not so much. let me start with you, mr. bolt, what do you make of the tactic the doj is pursuing and are they on to something lengthit mat that we need to protect minorities at the poll? >> no, this is an attempt by eric holder to use this as an instrument in politics in the last election, and it started in the last election when of course after that he defended the black panther party for voter intimidation and what they were doing there, that was intimidating poll watchers, and these identification cards are another form of poll watching. they are a verification that the person was voting, should be voting, that was an intent of the voting rights act, of course. and by striking a side, first by intimidating poll watchers and by making it almost impossible to determine whether somebody is or is not entitled to vote they're really trying to maximize what they perceive
by a voter. you have had a voting irregularities by voting officials -- the secretary of state in indiana ran into trouble erupted to these issues. a photo id requirements will not stop this. this in some places is a solution in search of a problem. many states -- i am in new york today. we are headquartered in new york. in new york, everyone does not drive. they are more reliant on public transit to get around. so, if a person says doesn't everyone have a driver's license? now. everyone does not have a passport. if they do not travel internationally, they may not have a need and a passport is not free. since the beginning of this republic, it has been more the norm than the exception that people could present themselves, sign a sworn statement, and present themselves to vote. now, all of a sudden, in the advance of this 2012 election, there has been an avalanche of states. the truth there is a hint behind a curtain. there are those behind the curtain seeking to encourage legislators and states to pass these more restrictive voter i.d. laws, writing doppler legislation. -- breaking up regular
on the line. caller: hello. host: where is michigan city? caller: actually, it is indiana. host: that's what i thought. caller: i want to speak on the silliness of a national parade. i just on see the logistics of it. where is it going to be held -- tin-tin, new york city, los angeles? -- washington? i think when they get off the plane they want to go straight home and see their loved ones. the parade would probably only be for the people, to make the citizens feel good. host: ellis is no longer with us. we will move on to baltimore. kirk on our independent line. caller: i think the veterans put their lives on the line for us. i think that if godzilla came over, our boys would get in airplanes and tanks and do their thing. you have to give respect to the troops even if you don't like the missions. so as far as a parade, i think they deserve more than a parade. they should be packed inside the stadium and for the whole day and they should have places where you can set up and some people can get help and health care because they might be homeless or they need some help. we need some people in th
's talking kentucky and they should. everybody's talking indiana/kentucky matchup. oh really? well the reason why kentucky lost that game at indiana, went 10 for 17 at the free-throw line and missed a lot of free-throws at the end of the game. indiana hits the three to beat them. they're looking at christian laettnor history matchup, it's not going to happen. baylor is playing very well with perry jones iii and kentucky still, even though here's the side bar, kentucky and the sec conference tournament, 12 for 53 shooting threes, i would play them like playing joe kernen, play six feet you'd be lucky to shoot an air ball but kentucky gets in new orleans. >> i'm more identifying with and i played with you and my six foot putt is usually an air ball. not my shot. all right, good. >> i got to go to the west. >> finally, finish that. >> michigan state, they got the easiest seeds out there. why? michigan state is strong, physical, blue collar team, dramn brown is the coach on the floor, tom izzo the picasso of basketball. marquette and louisville there's no beast in the big east this year but misso
that a voter is who he or she claims to be. in 2008, the supreme court found that indiana's voter i.d. law was constitutional. and there were many other states that started to pattern their requirements after the indiana law -- texas, south dakota, and others. excuse me, south carolina and others did that. and were stopped by the justice department and challenged by the justice department. if the justice department could do this, what about states under the voting rights act. we now have to the three cases that will make their way to the supreme court. we will see whether states within the purview of the justice department under section 5 of the voting rights act will have their photo id requirements upheld by the courts. look, photo ids are pretty common occurrence in american life. you needed if you are going to buy alcohol or tobacco. you need it for a marriage license, to get on a plane, to check out a library book. having the voting -- the duty of voting require one to show a photo id, as long as it is not burdensome to get that total id, i think, will probably be upheld by the courts
of indiana. maybe somebody like a chris christie, the governor of new jersey. and of course the perennial favorite among many jeb bush the former governor of florida. but here is the deal. it's not as if these guys can wave a magic wand and say i'm here. vote for me. they have to register for these primaries. they've got to get people on the ground. it costs a lot of money and more than that it takes a lot of time and time is something they don't have. so the only hope for any of these saviors if you will, the only hope is the open convention and where neither romney nor any of the others can be able to solve the majority. it is possible an open convention can turn up anybody into a candidate. >> could this be the rare instance where california could determine the gop nomination? >> you asked me that a month ago, six weeks ago, i'd say nah, nah. the fact is we're still 12 weeks away from the california primary and which of course has the largest pot of delegates. a few minutes ago you showed us those numbers of delegates. guess what? that means as of tonight only about a third will have b
indiana and missouri and virginia, but the problem is he needs a lot of support from the evangelicals to win states like north carolina, virginia, florida, missouri, where he seems to be increasingly alienating voters >> good points and to you, karen, he has important races coming up as we look at the south texas a big one, louisiana we were talking about earlier in the day and how long can the other camps here play this etch-a-sketch side. >> weeks, months. i guarantee you will see this in the general election. it is fodder for fund raising, radio ads, tv ads over and over and over. he switched so many times on these various issues >> moral character. >> moral character. >> absolutely. >> we saw in the exit polls, illinois, losing 3 to 1 for santorum who say moral character is the most important. >> going into louisiana where santorum is going to try again and i think he will appeal to the conservative, particularly the more religious voters and so he will get a little bit of bump and we'll see what happens in wisconsin. point being this adds to the narrative romney cannot seal the d
south bend, indiana. good morning. caller: good morning, libby, and c-span. i saw the president's speech. of course, aipac -- i hope c- span will let me get my comments out. while i think there is some room with concern for iran and the nuclear program -- i think it is unfortunate, again, that we have to police the world. i think the saber rattling it does not do us any good. of course, the president has to go there to aipac and do that. it is unfortunate that we are still police in the world like that, dictating who does what when. i do not think iran would be suicidal, wanting to lob one weapon into israel like that. we all know what the results would be. host: let's take a listen to what's the president had to say yesterday at aipac. [video clip] >> about the resolve of the united states. [applause] just as they should not doubt israel's sovereign right to make its own decisions about its security needs. [applause] i have said that when it comes to preventing iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, i will take no options off the table, and i mean what i say. [applause] that includes all
in indiana, i got to think that would embarrass them a little you the governor would only say one of the only successes the president has had is that he wanted to double gas prices. no president wants to do that. that kind of politics is shameful and not good for our country. we have got to focus, my biggest fear is not the president's re-election, he is going to win my state, win the country. my biggest fear is that these oil prices caused not by the president but by partly republican and partly republican talk of loose talk about war and intransigence and speculation on wall street that that is going to hurt this economic growth. we have had -- my state, i believe we have 13 of the last 14 months, we have seen economic growth, manufacturing job growth. i want to keep that going. 200,000 new jobs. not enough but 200,000 new johns each of the last three months. and some of these guys want to pull back on this and that's just -- >> we cannot let them because people really need the jobs and people certainly need to have gas prices where they can go and do what they do work as well as their fami
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